The much anticipated demonstration by the New Democratic Congress was finally held today 6th July, 2021 in Accra. The demonstration was dubbed "March for Justice". The participants were conveyed at the Accra Mall where everything started from. Many Ghanaians have commented. Some have hailed the NDC for a good work while others have condemned the act.
The demonstrators were seen clad with red and black outfits with their placards which have different inscriptions on it. This particular demonstration was planned long ago but the police halted it. They then forwarded the case to the Accra High Court before they were given the go ahead to proceed with the march. The intervention of the court of of law paved the way for them so the police had no option than to grant them the access.
There are other reports on various platforms that indicated that, a lot of people did not turn up as it was earlier speculated. The photos from the scenes of the demonstration has made NPP's Lawyer Henry Nana Boakye to add his voice to it. According to him, the intent of the demonstration was ill and mischievous. He then continued to say that the demonstration was driven by personal interest to revive one's political image.
"When demonstrations and protests are driven by ill intent, mischievous propaganda and personal interest to revive one's political image, the results you get is summed up in this image", he stated on his Instagram handle.
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